Neighbourhood Champions

Become a Neighbourhood Champion

Do you have an hour spare each month to test how services are being delivered in your area?

If you want to make your community a cleaner and safer environment, consider becoming a Neighbourhood Champion. Our Champions review how services are being delivered by speaking to other residents and inspecting how work has been carried out. You’ll be able to focus on your block, estate or the green space in your area.

Sign up now by filling in your details here 

What you’ll do

Here are just some of the activities you’ll take part in:

  • Carry out surveys within your block or neighbourhood to gain feedback.
  • Speak to other residents within your community.
  • Attend quarterly Neighbourhood Champions meetings.
  • Review and test how THT are carrying our services.

Why become a Neighbourhood Champion

Getting involved with THT can be a rewarding experience. By becoming a Champion you will:

  • Provide detailed information to THT to help us improve our services going forward.
  • Identify solutions to any problems that exist.
  • Be rewarded with vouchers for every three inspections you conduct.
  • Meet with other customers who are passionate about improving the area in which they live

The commitment

You can inspect your community when it suits you. This will normally take one hour and we would recommend this is done once per month. You’ll also be invited to a quarterly meeting to meet with the other Neighbourhood Champions and hear from THT on how we will be improving services.

How to get involved

To sign up click here. If you’d like further information you can also email us or call our Customer Service Team on 0300 777 7777.

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